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US presidential candidate Gary Johnson would consider pardoning such electronic scofflaws as Ross Ulbricht, Edward Snowden, and Chelsea Manning if elected president.
CoinTelegraph spoke to the writer and associate producer of TV movie documentary ‘Down the Deep, Dark Web’ (2016) Yuval Orr about Silk Road, crypto-anarchists and more.
Cody Wilson, 27 — founder and CEO of Defense Distributed (DD) and the creator of the world's first 3D printable gun
Diamond, which is believed to be an online alias of an unknown corrupt FBI agent, has been threatening to kill Silk Road Architect Variety Jones and torture Ross Ulbricht’s mother and sister
Silk Road operator and kingpin Ross Ulbricht has been sentenced to life in prison
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Back in May, New York District Court Judge Katherine Forrest sentenced Silk Road website founder Ross Ulbricht to life in prison.
As the final legal chapters close on Ross Ulbricht’s Silk Road website held within the “Dark Web”, the proliferation of many, many more dark markets is making in-ternational news.
Following Ross Ulbricht's Silk Road conviction, extraordinary details have emerged about two of the investigating federal agents charged with extortion, fraud, and theft of bitcoins from the marketplace.
In 2015, there has been no bigger story than the conviction and sentencing of Silk Road’s creator Ross Ulbricht to life in prison last month.
The man prosecutors believer to be Dread Pirate Roberts, the creator of the Silk Road, has plead not guilty on all charges in a Manhattan court Friday.
The Silk Road trial is heating up as sittings have entered the third week. Most importantly, the first hints of an alleged murder-for-hire plot are now surfacing, while the Federal prosecutors have added new proof to the already overwhelming stack of evidence suggesting Ross Ulbricht and Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR) are ...
The hosts of the Austin-based Crypto Show, which covers libertarianism and Bitcoin topics, have started a fundraiser for the Ulbricht family.
Attorney for the Southern District of New York Attorney has asked the judge the Ulbricht case to issue a life sentence; Bitfury has developed a light bulb that mines bitcoin and more news
Ross Ulbricht is the man behind the alias “Dread Pirate Roberts”, known to be the creator and owner of the digital black market Silk Road. On February 4, 2015, he was found guilty on all seven federal charges, and faces up to a lifetime in prison.
The United States Marshals have auctioned off the second batch of coins allegedly seized from the Silk Road and its alleged operator.
In a letter to Judge Katherine Forrest, Ross Ulbricht will plead for leniency at his May 29 sentencing following his conviction for the crime of being the owner and operator of the Silk Road online marketplace
U.S. government prosecutors have imposed a money judgment of almost US$184 million against Ross Ulbricht, Apple casually mentions Bitcoin in a new patent application, and more news.
Ross Ulbricht – the man who 12 strangers recently deemed to be rightful property of the state – is set to spend the rest of his otherwise productive life in a cage. But if you're interested in the future of cryptocurrency, whether or not Ross really ran the successful Silk Road website is beside the point.
The judge in the Silk Road trial denied a motion from Ross Ulbricht’s defense for a new trial despite federal agents’ alleged corruption, Richard Branson will organize a summit to discuss Bitcoin and more news
The FBI says it obtained the information through a leaky CAPTCHA, but what do the facts say?
Max Kaye has launched an Australian political party that utilizes Blockchain tech; Ross Ulbricht has asked the judge of the Silk Road trials to impose the most lenient sentence possible, and more news.
Ripple Labs raised a US$28 million series A funding round, Ross Ulbricht's defense urges judge in Silk Road case to consider the dark market’s potential for harm reduction, and more news.
Ross Ulbricht found guilty at Silk Road trial, New York's BitLicense bill re-emerges after public consultation, Italy clarifies Bitcoin’s legal status, BitPay claims over 100,000 merchants now accept Bitcoin, and a lot more that happened on February 4.
The alleged operator of Silk Road known by his pseudonym Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR) was identified by Law Enforcement to be Ross Ulbricht and tomorrow, he will stand trial on charges ranging from drug trafficking to money laundering to running a criminal enterprise.
Ross Ulbricht, the 29-year-old alleged founder of the Silk Road, has been sitting in solitary confinement since his arrest in October.
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